Native Hawaiian & Pacific Islander Mātua Advisory Council (MAC)

What is the Mātua (Parent) Advisory Council (MAC)?

Why is a Mātua (Parent) Advisory Council important?

A Mātua (Parent) Advisory Council is a group that helps identify the concerns of students, parents, and community members and assists in developing solutions. Parents or guardians whose children attend SFUSD school are eligible to serve as members of the advisory council.

The council provides information to parents of participating students regarding issues, and in consultation with other parents to bring questions, concerns, and ideas regarding issues to the attention of school staff, administration and other school community stakeholders.

What is a Parent/Family Advisory group?

A parent advisory group helps identify the concerns of students, parents, and community members and assists in developing solutions. Parents or guardians whose children attend SFUSD school are eligible to serve as members of the advisory council.

Why is an Advisory group important?

They provide information to parents of participating students regarding issues, and in consultation with other parents to bring questions, concerns, and ideas regarding issues to the attention of school staff, administration and other school community stakeholders.

Mātua means Parents in many Pacific Island languages.

PAC group picture

 

Our priorities of the year are to get involved and advocate for our children.

How to get involved? Here are the things that are happening at SFUSD and it is important for our voices to be heard:

Or if you any have questions, please email Anna Mahina, amahina@bacr.org

 

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Our commitment is to serve our Pacific Islander students and families. It is our Island way of living.

This page was last updated on April 20, 2022